As 2015 races on, we're joined this week by Irini M. to talk about our highlights from the year so far, plus she gives us a recap of her latest successful film viewings in a special edition of the Red Light District. Reviews this week include Roy Andersson's quirky Golden Lion winner, "A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence," Mauritanian drama "Timbuktu," while Cal dishes all on the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation "The Longest Ride," paying particular attention to Scott Eastwood. Elsewhere, we sat down for Peter Bogdanovich's latest screwball emulation "She's Funny That Way," and Pete caught the Despicable Me spin-off "Minions," which it's fair to say tested his patience. Tune in for an unexpected tirade against Mickey Rooney's longevity, some love dramas concerning the Stratten family, and the occasional jibe about Greece's disastrous financial situation.
The week's news
Red Light District: Irini "pimps" the many films she's seen lately, featuring discussion of "Ana and the Wolves," "Gett: The Trial of Vivian Amsalem," "The Invisible Man," "Lifeboat," "Spring," and much more!
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The Longest Ride 33:20 - 43:52 Minions 44:53 - 49:44 A Pigeon Sat... 49:45 - 58:15 Timbuktu 58:16 - 1:02:07 She's Funny That Way 1:02:08 - 1:12:49
Halfway through 2015: Discussing our favourite films and performances from the year so far!
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Shag, Marry or Kill? The Pootsition The Garrett Gauge